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market. 80% of the people have health care through medicare. their employers or medicaid. 15% don't have health insurance, now have access to it for the first time. and 5%, if you had your plan and it hasn't changed or canceled, you can keep it. most of them will get a better plan for less -- for the same or less. in many of these plans, these were cut-rate plans that didn't cover hospitalization. >> but let's assume it's true. it still doesn't meet the literal promise the president made right there. and your policymakers knew that then. why didn't the president say during the campaign what he said this week, for a vast majority of people you can keep it. >> i can't go back on time with this. i don't recall this debate the wall street journal mentions. here's the point, if you had a plan before the affordable care act that hasn't been changed or canceled, you can keep it. i understand there's controversy and confusion. >> jon karl also talked about, in his piece, about how his poll numbers have taken a hit. his approval rating is only 42%. lowest i believe of the second term. matched by
Nov 17, 2013 8:00am PST, you qualify for medicare. sorry on to point out that. >> you know how long it took me to sign up for medicare on the web? ten minutes. >> they got that one down. look, we saw this week, red-state democrats running for cover. speaking out against the president. >> there are two aspects of this, we can either focus on this one, the usual washington panic, craziness, isolated from everything else that's going on in the country, or the real problem, which is they got to fix the website and they've got to fix the website. i'm not convinced. it takes twice as long and often you have to do it twice. they have to start getting people enrolled. i think they can. they may have to do it manually. >> what does this do for going forward for president obama, the rest of his term, and trying to get anything else through? >> if democrats keep thinking like that, it's going to be the greatest political gift for republicans in maybe decades. this is -- obama care is a political self-punching machine for the president. you have a november 30th deadline. there's a march 15th deadline for
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